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Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun fell from third to sixth among National League outfielders in voting for the 85th All-Star Game. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Milwaukee Brewers: Ryan Braun Takes Tumble In All-Star Vote

Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun took a big tumble in updated All-Star voting results this week, dropping from third among National League outfielders last week to sixth this week.

National League starters as of right now would include:

Puig was the lone player to jump into the starting conversation this week. He was fifth among NL outfielders last week, but his vote total increased by more than 550,000 votes in just seven days.

Braun has actually fallen behind teammate Carlos Gomez, who is fifth in the race for the three outfield spots with 819,385 votes, roughly 44,000 behind third-place Stanton. Braun has 750,762 votes.

Other Brewers in the running include:

  • C Jonathan Lucroy, 522,310 votes (third, 658.259 behind Molina)
  • 3B Aramis Ramirez, 472,321 votes (third, 118,424 behind Arenado)
  • SS Jean Segura, 403,259 votes (third, 1,016,459 behind Tulowitzki)
  • LF Khris Davis 329,744 votes (14th, 533,563 behind Stanton)

The 85th All-Star Game will be played July 15 at Target Field in Minneapolis.

Tags: Aramis Ramirez Carlos Gomez Jean Segura Jonathan Lucroy Khris Davis Milwaukee Brewers Ryan Braun

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